Megyn Kelly is being more “red-pilled.”
Megyn Kelly, a podcaster and former Fox host, launched a nuke at Dr. Fauci on Monday after he said he couldn’t offer “exact dates” on when people can have indoor weddings.
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This guy is getting ridiculous.
Meanwhile, we peasants have stood back and watched elite politicians and swanky Hollywood stars enjoy themselves at French restaurants and Grammy parties. Not to mention the fact that our borders are wide open, allowing everyone passing through to become infected.
But in some nations, “we the people” are unable to host a wedding or a barbecue for our friends and family?
Many people are accusing Dr. Fauci of “making stuff up” as he goes along, which has gotten him into a lot of trouble recently.
We’re getting contradictory information on vaccinations and masks, and many observers think Fauci is more “political” than “scientific.”
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Megyn Kelly, for one, is sick and tired of the “Fauci double-talk,” and she told him so…loudly and plainly.
Kelly posted a video of Fauci debating indoor weddings on Twitter, along with a message for him.
When asked when people should plan indoor weddings, Fauci said, “I can’t give you an exact date.”
“I’m not sure who misled you on this, sir, but you don’t rule us,” Megyn responded.
Not sure who misled you on this, sir, but you don’t control us. https://t.co/M5GVIaKqJ9
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) March 15, 2021
For a long time, millions of Americans have been wondering, saying, and crying about what Megyn Kelly just said.
The one-year anniversary of “15 days to pause the spread” is approaching, and there seems to be no end in sight.
Every day, we’re given new information about vaccinations – and how, even if we get them, we’ll never be “ok.”
We’ve been told not to wear masks, then told to wear one, and now, almost a year later, we’ve been told: “Oops, sorry, make that two masks…”
And so it goes with this perplexing buffoonery, though Americans lose their faith, their lives, and their businesses.
This man does not rule us, as Megyn points out, but he has for the past year…enough is enough.